Since 1987, Auckland Steam ‘n’ Dry Flea Control offers a call-out service to treat fleas and other pests at home. About us, our Flea Control service is fast and effective. Specifically provides the highest level of safety for your family and pets. If you would like some further advice or arrange a visit, call us. Our technicians would be happy to serve you.
According to an initial study conducted by a defence laboratory in Britain, a chemical usually present in insect repellents has the ability to kill the coronavirus strain of Covid-19.
The active chemical in repellents, Citriodiol, like Mosi-guard, has antiviral properties combined with the virus in its liquid phase and the test surface. In fact, it results without a recoverable virus, especially in high concentration.
We stand by our word. You can count on us doing what we said, within the time frame we promised — if not earlier. There isn’t much we haven’t seen before. Our team shares three decades of combined experience and are always learning new techniques.
Flea Control Auckland is indeed identified as the best in its field. Couple this with its underlying motivation to remain outstanding in the industry. Complete protection against pests is only, and all the more evident with Flea Control Auckland.
Sift through pets for evidence of fleas. Scratching, reddened skin, hair loss, or dark dots in the pet’s coat may indicate fleas’ presence. Your veterinarian can indeed prescribe safe products to eliminate the fleas present.
Thorough vacuuming removes live adults, eggs, and pupa from carpets, upholstery, and flooring to eradicate any infestation in your home. Then wash all the pet bedding and your family’s bedding in hot water before calling the Auckland Steam ‘n’ Dry Flea Control experts to break the flea cycle.
To ensure that eggs, pupae, larvae, and adult fleas are entirely eradicated, contact professional pest control. Trained technicians evaluate potential breeding environments. Likewise, use safe, appropriate treatments to remove adult fleas and those in all stages of development.
By Graeme Stephens
Published: 2/04/2019 Updated: 12/04/2021